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Chenango County Courts


Law Library

David L. Follett Law Library
15-19 Eaton Ave.
Norwich, NY 13815
Phone: 607-334-9463

Hours of Operation:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
(except State Holidays)
8:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
(Closed 12:00 p.m. -1:00 p.m.)

 

Law Librarian

Lorraine Q. Knapp

 

Overview

The David L. Follett Memorial Supreme Court Law Library, Chenango County, was established in 1902 (L. 1902, Ch.32) and named after David L. Follett, a Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals.

Services include circulation, interlibrary loan, and use of a photocopier. Tours for school groups are available by appointment. The library may be contacted at 607.334.9463 or by fax (607-334-9463)

Public Access Computer Policy

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Circulation

Any person with a valid library card issued by one of the Court Law Libraries within the Sixth Judicial District [Elmira, Binghamton, Ithaca, Norwich, Cooperstown, Delhi, and Cortland] may borrow circulating materials from the David L. Follett Memorial Law Library subject to the circulation rules of this library.

Library card application/registration forms may be obtained from the staff at any of the Sixth District Law Libraries. At least one form of identification [including but not limited to: valid NYS driver's license, Attorney Registration number, or student identification number] AND proof of current address must be presented in person before a card will be issued. Library cards must be presented in order to borrow any materials. All circulation records are kept strictly confidential (CPLR § 4509).

All circulating items, unless otherwise specified, may be borrowed for a period of 14 days. Materials borrowed via Interlibrary Loan will be subject to the lending institution's loan period and circulation policies.

There is a public access workstation for accessing online legal resources. The library staff will provide instructional materials and/or basic instruction in using these materials but may not conduct research for the user.

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